Studies and Feminism
to most women's studies programs in the U.S. Only those with
electronic links are listed.
of Women Writers -- browse by century, alphabet, country,
ethnicity, and specialty. The site lists publications and bios when
Center for American Women and
Politics -- full-text reports and more...
-- Materials for the Study of Women and Gender in the Ancient
World, some full-text, some just reviews, and links, too. Searchable.
Women of Past and Present--a collection of short biographical
sketches. First page only is off-center in layout.
from the Women's Liberation Movement
Women Writers Resource Project--a collection of edited and
unedited texts by women writing in English from the seventeenth
through the nineteenth century. This site offers students a chance to
edit texts themselves.
Searchable database of info for women and girls
and Women's Studies--full-text resources, excellent (with some
primary material too..
Collections--a quarterly journal of women's studies resources.
A gold mine for collection development.
Theory Web Page--includes historical background of feminism in
the US and in other countries and ethnic groups, information on
prominent feminists, and resource guides for feminist scholarship in
such areas as critical theory, political theory, religion, psychology,
and more. Click on English box to enter the site.
Electronic Forums Page--an annotated, frequently updated
listing of more than 500 women- and gender-related email lists.
of Speech--a file of women's speeches, from
around the world.
Cracking the Glass
Ceiling (Gender Equity) -- U.S. government site on women in
of Women in Ancient Art -- images and commentary on women in
ancient art by Prof. Chris Witcombe of Sweet Briar College.
for Research on Women and Gender
-- includes research and links to
Center for Research on Women
Resources on Women: Using Electronic Media in Curriculum
Transformation--a little older site, but has some neat things.
Women's History Sourcebook--another masterpiece from Paul
Halsall, who previously gave us the internet sourcebooks for
history. This collection of primary sources and meta-indexes deals
with women's history country by country, struggle by struggle.
Ipl2: Women -- excellent set of links
Feminist Resources--includes sites concerning Judaism, art,
history, organizations and periodicals.
Strategies Database---The strategies information derives from
a number of sources, including books, professional journals, and
presentations from professional meetings.
the Legacy--the National Women's History Project here
celebrates the 150th anniversary of the founding of the US Women's
Feminists Index--a bibliography of "journal articles,
book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender
during the Middle Ages"
American Women Suffrage Association Collection--part of the
American Memory project from the Library of Congress, this includes
books, pamphlets, and other important documents and images from the
Women's Studies Association
York University -- Gender links from the Bobst Library
Society of American Archivists' Lesbian and Gay Archives Roundtable --libraries and archives
contact information that hold primary documents and more .
on the Web for Women- and Gender-Related Courses--a college-
level syllabus collection. It includes more than five hundred
web-based syllabi, arranged into 26 disciplinary sections. Syllabi
that make extensive use of the Internet are marked.
on the Prairie: Jewish Women in the Upper Midwest -- text and
images of the journey of Jewish immigrant women to the Midwest.
Women Writers Project--includes anthologies, novels, political
pamphlets, religious tracts, children's books, and volumes of poetry
and verse drama
of the Shuttle: Gender Studies -- a great set of links
and Social Movements in the United States, 1830-1930--a
rich collection of primary documents organized for academic study.
Enterprise and Society -- the manuscript collection of the Harvard Business School that
includes detailed descriptions of the collection, a bibliography,
digitized images of manuscripts and links to other web sites
in the Military
Women's History and Archival Collections
Studies Librarian--an invaluable list of bibliographies,
including core collection lists for libraries and for women's studies
Studies Research Guide: Selected Internet Resources
Studies Resources -- a set of links from the University of
Iowa. It includes WS in the areas of Sports, Literature, History,
Feminist Theory and more...
Studies Subject Guide -- from Columbia University, links to
many different resources by subject. Excellent.
Watch-- from the United Nations,
this provides data and analysis on the worldwide status of women.